The chronic skin condition can cause discomfort and embarrassment, but sufferers can take measures to alleviate symptoms, writes Arlene Harris Stephen Daly, who has struggled with psoriasis since he was a teenager, pictured near his home in Stepaside, Dublin. Pic: Damien Eagers Stephen Daly, who has struggled with psoriasis since he was a teenager, pictured near his home in Stepaside, Dublin. Pic: Damien Eagers Arlene Harris


Apple Daily-Hong Kong-31.10.18 We are delighted that the amazing results of SORATINEX have spread across the world.


A commercial director who suffered with 'embarrassing' psoriasis for nearly 20 years has finally banished his outbreaks.


Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease affecting up to 6% of the World population. Skin care is the basic approach to restore epidermal barrier function, provide symptomatic relief, and ensure remission-free periods. We performed an open trial using herbal complex Soratinex® (also known as Dr Michaels®) in adult patients with mild-to-moderate chronic plaque psoriasis without further improvement to previous treatments in the last 6 weeks.


I started getting red, scaly, itchy skin about 10 years ago. I had small patches on my leg, hand, back and tummy but the worst area was my hairline and scalp. I have a condition linked to psoriasis called frontal fibrosing alopecia, which causes hair loss and hairline scarring.


By the time Jean Knights was in her thirties, she had lived in 18 different countries. The one constant in her life, other than her husband Colin, was psoriasis.


Victoria Fine, from Norwich, spent 15 years in agony and often became a recluse Condition robbed her of her job, modelling dream, social life and love life The 34-year-old had to put up with stares and comments from strangers Was even once sacked from a restaurant for 'putting people off their food' But now, after trying 'everything under the sun', she found steroid-free lotion She's now 95% clear and has been off all medications for the last nine months


Frankl Pharma products Soratinex, also known as Dr Michaels' are licensed as a medical device by the Czech Drug Authority


A newly launched non-steroidal treatment called Soratinex is being hailed as a breakthrough by some experts.


Prof.Anthony Chu & Dr. Benedetta Brazzini, Professors Torello Lotti, Jana Hercogová, Uwe Wollina